June 2021 Vol 21 | Issue 3

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CE Quiz Instructions
Advocacy, Stigma, and the Integrity of Peer Recovery Support Services
Page 28
Describe the stigma and stigmatizing policies peer-support workers face in the workplace
List various ways people can help recovery organizations and peer-support workers achieve their many goals
Explain the benefits of recovery community organizations (RCOs) and what they do
Expound on the problem of language in the recovery field and why some of it needs to be changed

A Movement for Millions: Reimagining Recovery
Page 33
Analyze Lauren’s personal story and determine what could have helped her
Enumerate the flaws in the recovery system Americans face today
Describe the Phoenix Model and how its principles can be utilized in other programs
Define ways people can help bring about positive change and help the recovery movement

Practice-Based Research Networks and the National Drug Abuse Treatment Clinical Trials Network: Increasing SUD Research in Diverse Settings
Page 38
Explain why SUD research is important in primary care settings
Define practice-based research networks (PBRNs) and their importance
Describe the study’s findings on opioid prescribing
List the reasons why PBRNs help reduce research challenges

CE Course Completion Directions:
This continuing education (CE) course consists of reading the three articles listed in the course description and brief outline above. Once you have read the articles, complete the quiz and evaluation. The posttest (quiz) and evaluation are two separate requirements and they must each be completed to receive credit.  Questions are answered on a sliding scale from one to five, with one being strongly disagree and five being strongly agree. If you pass with a grade of 75 percent or above, you will automatically receive a certificate of completion for 1.5 nationally certified CE hours.
To Complete the Quiz:
After reading the indicated feature articles, complete the quiz by filling in one of the multiple choice answer bubbles. Be sure to answer all questions and to give only one response per question. Incomplete questions will be marked as incorrect.
For those requiring ADA accommodations, please contact our customer service line at 916-664-3032. The quiz can be submitted within five years of publication date and can only be submitted one time per quiz, per person.

CE Quiz Learning Objectives

Substance Use, Prevention, and Intervention: Identifying Community Trends

  1. Describe the benefits of mentorship programs in relation to prevention/early intervention
  2. Explain why it is important to implement prevention/early intervention in adolescence
  3. List the requirements for admission into treatment court
  4. Expound on the relevance of educational attainment to substance use found in the study

Prevention’s Role in Addressing Youth Marijuana Use

  1. List SAMHSA’s six major categories for prevention activities effective in preventing substance use
  2. Summarize the data on youth marijuana use presented in the past decade
  3. Describe the various ways youth marijuana use can impact brain functioning and development
  4. Detail the three most important prevention strategies to address marijuana use

Mental Health and Substance Abuse Referrals to Hospital Emergency Departments: A Clinical Guide for Counselors

  1. Explain the most common reasons why patients with mental health and/or SUDs are referred to hospital emergency departments
  2. Expound on the various reasons for differences in lengths of stay for this patient population
  3. List the many intervention options for patients who are being evaluated in emergency departments
  4. Define the issues that prompt different age groups to be referred to hospital emergency departments for care


NALGAP’s Centers of Excellence: A Higher Standard for LGBTQ Treatment
5 questions
Coming Out Loud and Proud: Treating Depression and Suicidality in LGBTQIA2+ Clients
5 questions
Contingency Management and COVID-19: Adapting to Adversity
5 questions

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